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Hello guys,
I have seen many letters have different ending words such as sincerely,best regard, with much love ect... I don't understand what they mean that's why I have never used them in my letter. The only words I used in my letter are Thank You. I am really appreciated if you guy can give the meaning of these words and when to use it. If you have more ending words, I would more than welcome to see it...
Thank You very much,
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I take that you meant I was being paranoid indirectly. Hahha. Thanks nonetheless bro^^
Bro, I came here to find an answer. Sadly, there are no answers.
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Its a bit confusing how you worded your thoughts on her knowing your interested in her as more than friends and your relationship with her. But to answer your question, "much love" is just what it is, an ending to a letter. I would not read anything into it. Although, it is used in context as you describe. If I were you, I would just ask her out just to catch up, without making it sound like a formal date (i.e. lunch).
Check this website out. It has a list of endings and their occasions.

http://resourcesforwriters.suite101.com/article.cfm/list_of_letter_closings_and_salutations
With enthusiasm.
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I disagree with "truly" being cliche. I use the "Yours truly" ending for a business letter that makes assertions or demands or is matter of fact, while I use the "Sincerely" ending for a business letter that is candid or has a sincere tone.

For example:

Dear Mr. Brown,
Your cows got out and entered my land last week. Happily, crops had been harvested and no damage was done. It appears we should cooperate in making repairs and improvements to the fence between our properties. Could we arrange a meeting to discuss this matter?
Sincerely,

Versus

Dear Mr. Brown:
Your cows got out and entered my land last week. Our mutual neighbor, Mr. Smith, witnessed this and assisted me in driving them back into your pasture. I have discussed the state of this fence with you in the past. You have refused to participate making repairs. My crop adjuster has estimated damages to my corn at $450. I consider these damages to be entirely your responsibility. The favor of a reply is requested.

Yours truly,
'English must not be your first lamguage?' is not a question and should not end with a question mark. '...about what yiu have wrote.' should read '...about what you have written.
Generally, words like "sincerely" and "best regards" are more formal and should probably be used whenever you're writing a letter to someone you don't know personally or have never met. Other formal closings can include "cordially" or "yours truly". "Thank you" can be used to close a letter, but I would say that it should normally only be used when you are actually asking for something, rather than just conveying information. When writing a letter to someone you do know, you can close a letter with pretty much whatever you want. A whole list of english letter closings can be found here: http://www.writeexpress.com/letterclosings.html

Note that many of the "business" letter closings provided on that web site are probably not appropriate. One should never end a business letter with "rock on" or "smell ya later", to name a few.
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v can use affectionately in ending the letter like
yours affectionately,

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